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Severe Pixelation/tearing/screen Lag Early On In Recording/render With No Compression?


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It seems once you start recording, the preview and final video tears, pixilates, and lags severely during intense action. This gradually lessens the longer the recording goes on, and seems to lessen the more you record in that session, even if you stop and start a different recording. I haven't been able to get it to not do it all for a single recording yet, though.

 

Anyway around this? Maybe if I have it record a few seconds of nothing before the action starts to prep it so it will be gone by the time the thing I want to record starts?

 

Then I run into the problem of having to crop out that part of the video, which will reduce the quality, unless there is a way to render it as uncompressed?

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Here's two screenshots of the issue.

 

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I had the same problem when I capture from Xbox 360 with HDMI in 720 or 1080p (bitrate 15000 Kbps). With the PS3 in 1080i (video component cable) it does not happen.

 

My Desktop PC is a Intel Core 2 Duo e7500 @ 2.93GHZ with 4GB RAM and Windows XP

 

On my notebook that has processor Intel Core i5, 4GB of RAM, Intel HD Graphics 3000 and Windows 7 and the same thing happens!

 

Sometimes the problem happens more often, sometimes less, but usually in moments of intense action gaming.

 

I've tried turning off the anti-virus, the program Booster Razor, but none. As I said, only occurs with the Xbox 360 HDMI (720 or 1080p).

 

I ask for urgent action from the part of Roxio towards solving the problem (maybe some software update)?

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